Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers including: JB Hi-Fi teases game-streaming service, ISPOne to take Telstra to court, what is the Machine Of Death?
- JB Hi-Fi’s annual report was released today which included an interesting tidbit about the streaming service JB Hi-Fi NOW. "JB Hi-Fi NOW… will provide users with an integrated experience across a range of digital content including music, movies, games, books and music videos," the company boasted in its annual report. In other words, the retailer is looking to create a catch all digital store that will apparently include video games. You can read the full report over at Kotaku.
- Vine is a mobile app owned by Twitter that lets users post six second video clips. Here's a mashup of some of the funniest clips.
- Earlier in the year, ISPOne spent time in the Supreme Court following the controversial dumping of ‘high usage’ customers on Kogan’s Unlimited Mobile plan. Now, the company has decided that Telstra is to blame for the debacle and has decided to sue the telco. Read the full report at Gizmodo.
- Dick Smith is selling the 13.3in Apple MacBook Air with 1.3GHz CPU and 128GB SSD for $1124. That's around $125 off the standard Apple Store price. [Via OzBargain]
- This Is How You Die are a series of amusing online shorts that depict people's run-ins with The Machine Of Death. Can you guess how each character will meet their demise before it happens? Click here to watch the videos.